Erbil, January 4 (PNA) - The Committee invited the legal parliamentary, Wednesday, to file a lawsuit against the deputy, a coalition of state law, Hussein al-Asadi on the back of the statements made by the right of the President, pointing at the same time that the Constitution guarantees freedom of expression provided that without prejudice to the constitutional institutions, public order and dignity of the state.
A member of the Committee Hassan Khalaf Jibouri in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "President of the Republic is a national symbol for all components of the people, so we consider that the statements of MP Hussein al-Asadi does not affect Jalal Talabani, but also affect the public right, too," calling on the judiciary to "initiative Kadea move in a judicial complaint against the backdrop of Assadi statement against President Jalal Talabani. "
He Jubouri that "the Constitution guarantees freedom of expression but it is not absolute," noting that "when the statements prejudice public order and dignity of the state and its constitutional institutions, in this case are entitled to file a lawsuit."
The Jubouri that "the heads of countries are respected inside and outside their countries even if they have committed a crime not to take legal action against them," he said.
In the same context, Jubouri denied "the existence of any clause in the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives to prevent the entry of any member of the House of Representatives because of comments he made, but there is limited action Kmenah to attend a session or two."
The Kurdistan Alliance announced, on Tuesday, the agreement with the heads of the blocks internalized within the National Alliance to prevent the presence of MP Hussein al-Asadi parliamentary sessions until the submission of a formal apology for his remarks against the President, Jalal Talabani, has lawmakers walked out of the Alliance of the parliamentary session of 11 of the second legislative term of the second legislative year, then returned after the apology received by the deputies of the National Alliance for the comments.
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